University of Michigan's Michigan Wolverines men's basketball team was dominant in the 1990s. They won the 1997 Invitation Tournament, the 1998 Big Ten Tournament, and went to the Final Four in 1992 and 1993. In the early 2000s, Wolverine's team booster Ed Martin was caught laundering money through players for an illegal gambling operation. The team was punished and had their wins wiped and were barred from post-season play. This shirt, from 1991, is from the era in which the Wolverines were dominant but was tainted by Martin's foul play. You as a Wolverine fan shouldn't be punished for someone else's problems, so wear this shirt, deadstock with few marks from prolonged storage, and remember the victories as they actually happened, even if the NCAA won't let you.